EYCI dives to 391.5 as beef producers battle to retain their breeding herds

By Vernon Graham
Updated March 11 2019 - 10:32pm, first published 10:00pm
Drought-hit beef producers who have been clinging onto breeding stock are being forced to offload stock into a depressed market for store cattle.

The benchmark Eastern Young Cattle Indicator has nosedived through the 400 cents a kg barrier as drought and the heavy turn-off of cattle continue to ravage the market.

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